12 June 2007
AN ELIZABETH II SILVER-GILT CENTREPIECE
MARK OF STUART DEVLIN, LONDON, 1968 AND 1969
Compressed circular rising in the centre to support a detachable openwork crescent ring, with two alternate detachable finials, one with twelve spring loaded small candle holders, the other with an amethyst crystal in a gilt-metal openwork support, marked on side of bowl and on candle holder
15¾ in. (40 cm.) diam.
gross weight 105 oz. (3,254 gr.) weighable silver
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